firstly id like to say, happy fathers day to any fathers on this site.
now down to business. so after alot of thought...i realize that a reef tank may be a little too much for me to manage right now. especially since im going to college in a year or so and i try to get out of my house as much as possible.
i am settling on the idea of a FOWLR tank. right now. in my small tank, i have a Oc. Clown, Blue Damsel, 6line Wrasse, Engineer Goby, Snowflake moray eel, Lngspine Urchin, Horseshoe Crab, then 4 hermits and 4 snails. In a 55gal FOWLR tank. . .How much liverock would be best? do u think more or less that the standard 1 3/4 lbs used for a reef will suffice?
I really like to look of puffers, especailly the stars and stripes puffers, and of triggers. i know at least the puffer nibbles at corals, but what about anemones? i have kinda wanted to get a few anemones, maybe a carpet, and a Long tentacle, just to that i can get a few more clowns thrown in there.
any reccomendations would be great.
btw... i dont want any new fish that will hurt and of my present fish or inverts
so heres a thought...
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